Núm. 14 (2012)
Artículos

Significance Of Institutions For Economic Development - Comparative Research

Ryszard Piasecki
University of Łódź Ambassador of Poland Republic in Chile
Palabras clave
  • Significance Of Institutions,
  • Economic,
  • Development - Comparative,
  • Research
Cómo citar
Piasecki, R. (1). Significance Of Institutions For Economic Development - Comparative Research. Revista Universitaria Ruta, (14), 73-78. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.userena.cl/index.php/ruta/article/view/188

Resumen

ABSTRACT

In the Washington Consensus, which was adopted in 1908s and 1990s by developing and former socialist countries, deregulation, liberalization and privatization were seen as most significant. Openness and privatization strategies in the last 15-20 years have become worldwide processes covering many world countries. This process had many elements of universal significance, but there were also many elements specific for the group of countries with similar socio –economic structure and a certain position in the world economy.